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This is Oxfordshire
Demand for organ donation now higher than ever beforeA TOP transplant surgeon has backed the Oxford Mail organ donation campaign say
Demand for organ donation now higher than ever before
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 4 days ago
A TOP transplant surgeon has backed the Oxford Mail organ donation campaign saying more donors are needed than ever before. Doctors around the world can now save organs that would otherwise be wasted thanks to the “world-leading” work of Oxford... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Demand for organ donation now higher than ever beforeA TOP transplant surgeon has backed the Oxford Mail organ donation campaign say
Demand for organ donation now higher than ever before
Oxford Mail / Posted 4 days ago
A TOP transplant surgeon has backed the Oxford Mail organ donation campaign saying more donors are needed than ever before. Doctors around the world can now save organs that would otherwise be wasted thanks to the “world-leading” work of Oxford... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Hoteliers made mark in WollongongWollongong has a fascinating history and, each week, the ADVERTISER brings you
Hoteliers made mark in Wollongong
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 20 days ago
Wollongong has a fascinating history and, each week, the ADVERTISER brings you a story from its rich past The Makin family, c1895. Rebecca Makin is seated third from left. She catered for functions, such as the Governor-General’s visit. Picture:... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
A small note that made a big differenceBARMAN Filameno Cotaz, 40, had a kidney transplant in August 2014 after being d
A small note that made a big difference
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 21 days ago
BARMAN Filameno Cotaz, 40, had a kidney transplant in August 2014 after being diagnosed with kidney failure and high blood pressure. Mr Cotaz, who works at the Oxford Hotel, had to start working night shifts so he could attend dialysis during the... Read more
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Oxford Mail
A small note that made a big differenceBARMAN Filameno Cotaz, 40, had a kidney transplant in August 2014 after being d
A small note that made a big difference
Oxford Mail / Posted 21 days ago
BARMAN Filameno Cotaz, 40, had a kidney transplant in August 2014 after being diagnosed with kidney failure and high blood pressure. Mr Cotaz, who works at the Oxford Hotel, had to start working night shifts so he could attend dialysis during the... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Florida ski clubs offer trips to heed the call of the NorthWant the excitement of shussing down a dazzling slope with fresh powder? And wa
Florida ski clubs offer trips to heed the call of the North
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 30 days ago
Want the excitement of shussing down a dazzling slope with fresh powder? And want to share the experience with friends? Whether you are a novice who hasn’t even seen snow, or whether you take to the slopes like an Olympian, you can do so on trips... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
Metal Arts Guild shows wares | News - Home Members of the Central Oregon Metal Arts Guild displayed and so
Metal Arts Guild shows wares
KTVZ Bend / Posted 30 days ago
| News - Home Members of the Central Oregon Metal Arts Guild displayed and sold their work at the Oxford Hotel this weekend. More Video Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Most Popular Sign up for KTVZ Emails Sign up for... Read more
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The Source Weekly
COMAG Jewelry & Metal Arts Show & SaleCOMAG is a diverse group of Central Oregon metal artists. We are jewelry design
COMAG Jewelry & Metal Arts Show & Sale
The Source Weekly / Posted 1 months ago
COMAG is a diverse group of Central Oregon metal artists. We are jewelry designers, gemstone cutters, sculptors, and blacksmiths. Our love of art, metal, and fire bind us together. Join us for our annual show at the Oxford Hotel and meet the... Read more
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News Mail
Earthquake brings back memories of Newcastle fearGYMPIE publicans Lyn and Terry Sutton hardly noticed Thursday's Gympie region e
Earthquake brings back memories of Newcastle fear
News Mail / Posted 1 months ago
GYMPIE publicans Lyn and Terry Sutton hardly noticed Thursday's Gympie region earthquake, but it did bring back memories of the devastation of Newcastle in 1989. Their memories provided a reminder of what could have happened here, had Thursday's... Read more

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